Meet Dr. Aletha

I am Dr. Aletha, or sometimes called Dr. O.

I practice family medicine and write this health blog.

a woman, Dr. Aletha Oglesby

School and work

I graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and  Family Medicine residency  and  am board certified in Family Medicine.

I have worked in a variety of settings-family practice clinic, hospital, emergency and urgent care clinics, nursing homes, rural and city.


Besides exploring health, I like to explore the world.

With our young sons, my husband and I took yearly summer vacations – to theme parks, national parks, historic sites, and winter snow ski trips.  They are adults now but we still get to enjoy occasional trips with them, including a trip to Disney World with our two grandchildren.

When they left home, my husband and I traded in our skis for ballroom dance shoes, took lessons, and now dance socially and in competitions.

Volunteer activities

We also donate time to worthy causes involving computer technology and medicine in numerous countries-VietNam, Mexico, Ecuador, Argentina, Paraguay, Panamá, Zanzibar, to name a few. We enjoy meeting, working with and learning from people in other cultures; we gain as much as we give.

We also volunteer at our church and  support fund raisers for local charities.

My husband Raymond served our country in the U.S. Army . To support other veterans we belong to The American Legion and The American Legion Auxiliary.

As a member of my local DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution, chapter, I am  passionate about community service, preserving history, educating children, as well as honoring and supporting those who serve our nation.

Arbonne International Products

I am an  Arbonne Independent Consultant.
Arbonne offers personal care products that are “pure, safe, and beneficial”.  You can learn more about that at my website.

The Arbonne Charitable Foundation provides support for programs and opportunities that promote the development of confidence and self‑esteem in teenage girls and boys.

Blogging Grandmothers

I belong to a few blogging groups on social media, one of which is Blogging Grandmothers, women bloggers, who happen to be grandmothers, who write on a variety of topics.

The group leader Dee Blanding did a fun series of posts where she asked us to answer questions about ourselves. If you would like to know some lighthearted yet serious tidbits about me, check out the post here.


Write to me

I would love to know more about you, so contact me anytime through my social media accounts or use this contact form.

Visit my Healthy and Helpful Resources page for services you may be interested in and which help fund this blog.

And visit Share the HEART of Health  page to learn how you can join me and this blog  in our mission

to share the HEART of health with people all over the world

bandaids on a world globe
photo from the Lightstock collection (affiliate link)

a blog by Dr. Aletha Cress Oglesby

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